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In fact, some can’t tell whether their agencies are committed to unraveling their own racial prejudices or are simply meeting corporate targets.
Bringing rival groups together to reduce prejudices is not a new idea.
If it was an idea mired in the prejudices of its time, it was also one that looked beyond those prejudices toward the future.
New research using computational simulation models suggests that prejudice requires only limited intelligence and cognitive ability to develop and spread in populations of artificially intelligent machines.
After all, the word “ageist” has a negative connotation, one of prejudice and discrimination.
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What my community needed from me were specific steps forward – positive solutions that truly address that there is a problem, there is discrimination, there is prejudice.
As this scene shows, although technological advances may offer new ways for people to lead their lives, they can also create new prejudices.
Both of these works depict alternative modes of gender and identity in an increasingly tech-dominated world, showing how technological advances can offer increased choices for people but also create new prejudices.
Another party are instigated by Episcopalian prejudices against New England.
So strong were prejudices in favour of superficial morality in even that licentious age!

WORD OF THE DAY

judderverb (used without object) | [juhd-er ]SEE DEFINITION